Monthly Archives: July 2011

Green & rum in Gothenburg

Today I found  a piece of raw food pie  at Café green & rum in Nordstan, Göteborg. It was a nice pick-me-up to bring on my never ending, 6 hour busstrip back to Stockholm. Last summer when I went to … Continue reading

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Parsnip bearnaise sauce (vegan)

A classic bearnaise sauce is made from eggyolk, clarified butter, vinegar, tarragon, shallots and pepper. I experimented a bit and came up with this vegan sauce which kind of looks like bearnaise and has the same seasoning. Parsnip bearnaise sauce … Continue reading

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Raw tribe in Copenhagen

This weekend I visited Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark for the first time of my life.  After spending a few days at Living Foods institute I was lucky enough to catch a ride there with two nice danish ladies. Denmark … Continue reading

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Macrobiotics, facial dignostics and miso soup

The last days at school I had lectures with Steven Acuff, another health expert. He has been speaking a lot about macrobiotics and eating in a balanced way. He also taught us some basic facial diagnostics which was amazing. It … Continue reading

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Love your liver

Right now I’m in the middle of a very intense week at my nutrition school. I’m learning so much and it is all very exciting. Yesterday we had lectures on detoxification with Peter Wilhelmsson, one of my favourite teachers. I … Continue reading

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Home sweet home

After two weeks away from home, today I got back to Stockholm. Upon my return I stopped at the store and picked up some groceries; walnuts, cashews, greek sheep’s milk cheese, parsley, cucumber, tomatoes, bananas, grapefruit, lemons, fresh mint, green … Continue reading

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Summer food

Summer means food growing in abundance, even in my (cold) part of the world. For the past few days I’ve been staying in the countryside and helping out a little bit in the greenhouse that is here. I got all excited … Continue reading

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